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Deputy editor of The Economist, NYT-bestselling author of “A History of the World in 6 Glasses”, drummer, gamer, pizza-maker, etc
Insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology, books and arts.
Why you sometimes need to break the rules in data viz
Best practices help us to avoid common pitfalls in data visualisation — but we shouldn’t follow them blindly
Introducing “Checks and Balance”, our podcast on US politics and the 2020 election
The Economist’s US editor on how we’re covering this year’s race for the White House
Forecasting Britain’s election in real-time
How The Economist is projecting results live on election night
How I (sort of) interviewed an artificial intelligence
At The Economist we are best known for producing a weekly newspaper, but we also publish an annual every November, looking forward to the…
Plotting the Brexit conundrum
When two-dimensional scatters aren’t sufficient turn to the ternary chart
Lessons from The Economist’s essay contest on climate change
We can’t tell you how to stop climate change, but we can tell you how to write a good essay
Would Donald Trump be president if all Americans actually voted?
How The Economist’s data team answered this surprisingly hard question
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